lol! Oh I see! You only know GOP talking points. You simply leave out the details you don't like! Typical right wing extremist thinking there my boy!<quoted text>
Your uncontrollable laughter is a symptom of something much deeper and onerous.
The Annenberg Project is where Bill Ayers and the Boy Messiah first joined forces. Does Bill Ayers ring a bell inside of your lead head?
Considering the raw simplicity of your cranium's construction, let is suffice to say the Bill Ayers is a bad man. He has long been shielded by the Liberal Academics around him. He has tried killing people.
This is only one of the Jerk-In-Chief's friends.
Shows how much you know about Annenberg son.
You're such a mental klutz son! I would feel sorry for you if it wasn't for the fact you work so hard to be this way!
"Walter H. Annenberg, Philanthropist, Publisher, 94.
Called the most generous philanthropist of his generation, Ambassador Annenberg donated more money to American higher education than any other individual. His gifts have been central to USC, founding both the Annenberg School for Communication and the Annenberg Center for Communication.
by USC News Service Staff
Walter H. Annenberg
Walter H. Annenberg, a media industry giant who made equally distinguished contributions as a philanthropist in support of American education, communications, art and culture, died Tuesday, Oct. 1. He was 94.
Annenberg’s philanthropy has been central to the University of Southern California. Since 1951, the Annenberg family and the Annenberg Foundation have given $288 million to the university, and founded both the USC Annenberg School for Communication and the USC Annenberg Center for Communication, an interdisciplinary center to address the ethical, social, technological and economic opportunities and challenges related to communication in the 21st century.
"Ambassador Walter H. Annenberg gave so much to the world in general, and to USC in particular," said USC President Steven B. Sample. "I can say without reservation that his warmth, sincerity and devotion to the ideals of promoting greater human understanding through education and communication more than match the magnitude of his generous gifts. He was a pioneer, a visionary, an exemplary philanthropist and, above all, an extraordinary human being. He leaves an enduring legacy at USC."...
...Annenberg sold Triangle Publications and TV Guide to Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation in 1988. A year later, he created the Annenberg Foundation, which now has a $3 billion endowment, making it the nation’s 12th largest.
Keenly in touch with conservative politics throughout his life, Annenberg counted among his friends many national leaders. He was named U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain in 1969 by President Richard M. Nixon. Annenberg was a close friend of Ronald Reagan and introduced the U.S. president to Margaret Thatcher, future prime minister of Great Britain..."